The 4th Early Modern British & Irish Catholicism conference, organised by Durham’s Centre for Catholic Studies. Tuesday 11-Thursday 13 July, at Durham. Details and booking at at https://www.durham.ac.uk/research/institutes-and-centres/catholic-studies/about-us/events/embic-iv/.
A conference organised by Durham’s Centre for Catholic Studies. 12-14 July at the University of Notre Dame’s London Global Gateway. Details and registration at https://www.durham.ac.uk/research/institutes-and-centres/catholic-studies/about-us/events/catholicism-literature-and-the-arts-conference/
‘Fugitive Virgins’: Refugee Women Religious in British Culture, 1792–1815 by Dr Tonya Moutray (Russell Sage College, USA, and Visiting Fellow at Durham Residential Research Library.) Wednesday 23rd February;
The CCS is currently advertising Postgraduate Scholarships and Bursaries in Catholic Theology /Catholic Studies for 2022/23. These include the two Louis Lafosse PhD Scholarships, including full-fees (at UK
Paradox and Prophecy: the second online conference on Lived Catholicism, organised by the Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham University on 15-16 November. Details and registration at https://livedcatholicism2.eventbrite.co.uk
Durham 1569: A People’s Tragedy? Prof. Eamon Duffy (University of Cambridge, Emeritus) Tuesday 17th September, 6.30-7.45pm in the Debating Chamber, Palace Green, Durham. Entry is free of charge, but registration
Redistribution, Recognition and Catholic Social Teaching: Dr. Amy Daughton, Director of Studies at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge. This Thursday, 1st March, at St Cuthbert’s. Drinks
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